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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 February 1908

Vv, ft Ml ZLat? ts WWy IJMaMMtai M'.., f''.V 7&yr YftADtl TsAAK Tnie work pends at much upon tb.i form, balance and hang as upon the skill of the workman. If not tempered If vot accurately If the hang is not tiring. KtfNKUtm Tools and Cutlery are all made to suit the work. In form they are dc signed for fast, clean work and strength of edge. The handles are fitted and adjusted by experts, so that the hang and balance arc exact. All Keen Kutter Tools are fully guaranteed. We sell Ihem PwfmWttPPPPWPPPW P DYCUSBURG. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brasher, of New Madrid, Mo., are visiting relatives here. Hugh Grave left Sunday for to enter school. Mrs. L. Yosier returned to home at La Center Sunday accompanied by her neice, Miss Pearl Cothran. Chas. Gregory has moved to Logan county to reside. Mrs. Geo. Daughter weo has been visiting relatives at this place has returned to her home in Scott county, Mo. W'm. Bennett went to Paducah Sunday. Anson, little son of II. B. Bennett and two children of ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 February 1908

W. D. Crowell, Guy Olive IL They arc the original and only genuine chilled plow made The Oliver has a through center draft, runs lighter than any other plow and is under the direct ami complete control of the operator. Our Prices Arc Right ! fi Salesmen. ELEVEN BACKS SCOURED By the Nlglit Riders at Eddyvllle Early Sunday Morning. Kddyville, Ky., Feb. Hi, Thrco hundred armed and masked tnen rode into this city this morninc shortly after midnight. Before left, an hour later, riding westward in a compact and military manner, they had whipped eleven men, shot up the town, and terrorized the population. The peculiar feature of the outrago of the night riders is that it has no apparent motive, for none of the victims of their displeasure arc connected with tho tobacco business, cither as grower or buyer. As though to show their absolute contempt for tho law, Judge Huckcr, who presides over the Police Court, and who would have to aot in the preliminary trials of any of the men, if they wer...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 February 1908

"("" " t.i -v..',1" ." . - M"" " ( .jt pya'funj MfiiVBBamirj'ii:. IIWuli.jTxi1 '''"MryT "j " a suuujajaBuuuuuuuuMuuuuuuBjujjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, - RTw ai ii i oca i 1 1 i Mi FISHED FROM RAILROAD TRAIN f $ m cr n- - .' fey M I : . ' J vn ii.- m ' VMJVI " Davis & Davis .f ElAL,'Ab'.J Merchant Tailors Haberdashers Gent's Furnishings w Room I, Beehive Block Carlisle Street Marion. Ikl IE NOTICE! To the Farmers of Crittenden County. To those who have not delivered their tobacco yet, I desire to say that I have pooled my own crop of tobacco and have applied to the Farmers Union of this county for membership; and have arranged with the Equity people at Marion to receive and pay for the outstanding crops, that is all my contracts in Crittenden county, not yet delivered. I do this beleiving it is for the best interests of the community, and after deliberate and mature thought, and without any coercion or threats having been made to me. I have never received any...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 February 1908

Po . . MMLl -" r "" ja&frrittttJWWUia 7?ssv n ' -- -.- " t .v- s" - - - - &,"Jiif(r" Jmi'J"'Jl'l' I'll'" UUJ aJ'i i i iiHimii BBS SrtHMfrWW Jf,V JR ,yw ''mrywtiriiJpF'"'K - ymsm' ttwfrrw 1?"'""' i! ?.'' V V" r LW 1 $ An Established Instltutlun. The groat businoss school at Bowling (Ircon, years and "years ago, paused its experimental stage. It is now old in years and in huccoss, and Mill it has the vigor and the growth of youth. It is placing more young people in lucrative positions than ever before, but still cannotjsupply the demands made upon it .for com petent young people. Any of our readers who desire information concerning the Institution will receive J" rue literature by addressing tho Business University, Howling Green, Kentucky. 'M-l Don't Put Off until tomorrow what you can do tenia If you nrn HufTering from n torpid livui or constipation, don't wait until tomorrow to got help Buy a bottle of llerbinc nnd get Hint liver working right. Promptness about health saves...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 February 1908

tf". IS- tLw.wt.ii' ....... '& '1-, x.-. t .i VS ' ' wj( t iHwlHrnf'1 rrt W1 vv "Tjn - 1H." ;y yfV'j i 'v' fi". tp &&&r. ayc ii laii ii i,MMf" iii)ii y".'""""' EXTR AORDI NARY! 1 Clothing drill V1 fl Mf fa?. lM Boys' Er ffiM En ak wM, i w" 'ifi ) mmMt '1 '4'ftHSfr Without the Profit Suits and Overcoats at one- third price off. They'll Suit-PANTS S, M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class matter February 9th. 1507 at the poitoffice at Marion, KentueLjr. under the Act of Congress ot March 3. 1S79 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADIANCE. Single copies mailed 05 I month mailed to anr address.. n '" " ' 1 months .............. .15 ' " " S months 50 " " " 1 year t.oo " " " S years $00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT rAID CASH IN ADVANCE, Single copies mailed 03 I month mailed to any address is " " " S months " " " 1 year 1,30 THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1908. Tbe Soldiers ud fee Night Elders. Marion is now the home of about thirty soldiers, members of the State...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 February 1908

tf r v, Ft i- ta C The smallest thing about our line of S Clothing g is price, and the biggest thing is 2$i Value. ;S) So if you you want a suit g or extra pants, whether for Cj men or boys it will pay you s well to come and see what s we are offering in this line. Z& Cj New Ginghams 3$ mmmmmmmm gMt i r r -' m wii "r WTKWiswrsaiTiw 'V Tsrajri nrntJi j h 'wy ." ' :'" ' ' rr - " ' 'T1 . . ,.- ". I in consideration or rourseiT g '.2 If. sa tJ a 3S Your family and your bank account, come and see our goods and get our prices. fr We want to close out all heavv eoods. . 1 Str mmwmmmmmmmmmmmwwmwwmmwwmww Vmmnic IK at "at F.W.Nunn, dentist, 1'rcss Building Forest Harris, ofTolu, was in the city Monday. J. 1 Heed, of Kuttawa, was in eity Tuesday. Misa Mcndorin Doboe is visiting friends in Hlackford. Mrs. Mary II. Jones arrived Monday and is now vIhUIdi; Mrs. II. K. Woods. .Mrs. Lola Davidsion left Monday for Cineinnati where sho will select her spring millinery. Mrs. (icorgc Roberts and li...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 February 1908

2 L3iK To feel that boy's arm you would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmith. ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00. 00044000000040044000 The Dutchman and Dog. A Dutchman addressing his dog said: "Vou vas only a doc, but I visli I vas you. Vcti you 1:0 mit dcr bed iii, you durn round dree times und lay down. Ven 1 go mit dcr bed in, I lint' to lock up dcr place und vind dcr clock, und put dcr cat oud und undress uiino.iclf, und my vife vakes up und feolds me; den dcr baby cries und 1 haf to valk him up und down den maybe ven I shust go to its time to get up again. Ven you get up, you shust stretch yourself und scratch a couple of times und you vas up. I haf to light der fire, put on dcr kittle, scrap mit my wife alrelty und maybe gcd sum breakfast. You blay around all day und haf a blcnty of fuu, I haf to vork all day und haf a blenty of trouble. Veu you die cj iT H .rV" A m This woman says Lydin E. Pinkliain's Wgi'table Compound saved her life. ICead her letter. Sirs. T. C. Williulsen,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 February 1908

.Does Refuses Indian Wile. Kliss, Okla., Feb. 11. After saving tho life of Chief Horso Kaglo of the 1'oncat Indians at tho risk of his own, John Cudahy, Jr., son of tho Chicago packer, was forced to decline tho chief's offer of his loveliest daughter as a wife in the presence of tho blushing Indian maiden herself. Tonight Cudahy is laid up with two broken ribs and a lacerated scalp at 11 ranch, while I'M) Indian braves and medicine men arc holding orgies and dances on the rolling prairies about the ranch house in an appeal to the Great Father for Cudaby's quick recovery. Cudahy plunged into an icy river Saturday and cut the bridle reins in which the chief was entangled after his pony broke through the iee. The animal broke broke Cudahy's jibs with a kick during the franctic plungings. Keeping Open House. Everybody is welcome when wc feel good; and we feel thnt way only when our digestive nr working properly. Dr. King's New Life I'ills regulato tho action of stomach, liver and bowels...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 February 1908

IB - ' KF TTTTTTTTTTTTT m Does it Pav II re . m t .w Jr.-' im W 'I I Iff.. '( Bra' r 3w C f? ' ffl jr'i HUV if f r f) M'- W M;: 1'giE,?181it v-" JrT' "". , XIUM) - if Wl - t gSjig J.kLktiJiwMi tit flit TTTTTTTTT To Buy Goods of An Inferior Quality, When We Offer You Quality Goods of Superior Quality Can Be Had at the Same Price SOLID SATISFACTION Is Given by the Studebaker Wagon. It is built that way. Only the best material is used. Black birch hubs, best white oak spokes, felloes, reaches, hounds and bolsters; tough second-growth butt cut hickory axles. All through only the best. Painted in handsome and durable colors, to stand the exposure necessary to farm work. We sell the Studebaker, because we can guarantee it. A Main Street. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Tr T CHAPEL HILL. J. F. Adams was around this week urging the boys to pool their tobacco for next year, and was getting several to join. B. F. Walker called on Mr. and Mrs. Scott Paris this last week and took dinner with them. The...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 February 1908

T - iit T'Tf r sv - l.'i.$tl j. . VK, ... j M III v -11 -- - f It 7HwT?'3PEgTrT . 'gPJ' 'rrjf 'iTfK JT.'T" ' ' 'it lt H-1 IF?" : l4t4t4C TTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTi Tpl Tpt I I I A To Buy Goods of An Inferior Quality, When Does it Pay We Offer You Quality C vt Goods of Superior Quality Can Be Had at the Same Price 1 7" H n:A i-B I 7 & n-i h M it- lA ft . a J? '"- erre. W' ;' ew SOLID SATISFACTION Is Given by the Studebaker Wagon. It is built that way. Only the best material is used. Black birch hubs, best white oak spokes, felloes, reaches, hounds and bolsters; tough second-growth butt cut hickory axles. All through only the best. Painted in handsome and durable colors, to stand the exposure necessary to farm work. We sell the Studebaker, because we can guarantee it. 4, Main Street. EnglahdSays NO ALUM In Food and strictly prohibits the sale of alum baking powder So does France FREDONIA. On Saturday, Feb. 15, at 3 p. m., Mr. M. B. Lowery died at the residence of his son, James Lowery, o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

LK!Li J , i - -"-"? 'YiiiffwfliHl"itHr? LLLLfeWi4ft VMMeeBLV TWI?1 " BmjLjAvt&L Ti f$1PrX3 rara 'WUfi 'SB. VA , .. ;, -. J " v"."' s y "- J,rj - ' " " t, J tiltmhm Mtmtb Vi'. " M MV V M B VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FEBRUARY 27, 1908. NUMBER 39 RED MEN POWWOW. ffatstlka Tribe Held Ghost Dance on Thursday Night, and Adopted Six Paletaces. The council-fire of Watstika Tribu, No. -"21, was kindled in their wigwam on tlio 120th .sun, Snow moon, for the purpose of conferring the Adoption, Warrior's und Chief's upon thu following candidates: Rov. H. C. Love, Dr. T. Atchison Frazcr, Dr. I'. W. Ntiiin, Jerry Daughtrcy, M. 0. Eskcw and Claude Guess. Past Great Sachem L. L. Rcbout. Geo. U Ingram, J. ). Frcundlich and 11. Ii. Richardson, of Otcgo Tribe, No. (10, of Paducah, were here, on invitation of Watstika tribe, to take charge of the work and instruct the degree team in the art of converting "palefaces" iuto genuine lied Men. Thoy brought with them all t ho regalia n...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

i tt T I "" -1 T n ! 1 .Tix1rr..vl - f . (t 1,'yi i - ti JVM) j, t' -" JI WwV" 'Vs ' !- '- (ftriftnifteu lUonftlt' - VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 27, 1908. NUMBER 39 RED MEN POWWOW. f alsllka Tribe Held Most Dance on Thursday Night, and Adopted Six Palefaces. The council'firo of Watstika Tribo, No. 224, was kindled in their wig warn on tlio 20th huh, Snow moon, for the purpose of conferring the Adoption, Warrior's and Chief's degrees upon the following candidates: Ilov. R. C. Love, Dr. T. Atchison Krazcr, Dr. F. Numi, Jerry Daughtrcy, M. 0. Kukew uud Claude Guoss. Past Great Sachem L. L. Bobout. Geo. O Ingram, J. J. Frcundlich and 11. B. Richardson, of Utcgo Tribe, No. (JO, of l'aducah, wcro hero, on invitation of Watstika tribe, to take charge of the work and instruct the degree team in the art of converting "palefaces" into genuine Bed Men. Thoy brought with them all the regalia necessary for the occasion, and around the council fire i) scenes were presen...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

VaMBuBmi. t" ' aaTaHeaK Fv. ? - It V ' ft I-' !r $ ' oi J liiiilg lr. ipSiocaa Davis f - u ( Merchant Tailors Haberdashers Gent's Furnishings Room I, Beehive Block Carlisle Street Marion. Lc R. F. Funeral Director and s flew Steel Water-proof Vaults. Fine Cloth Covered Lead lined Cedar Caskets, Metallic Burial Cases and Coffins of all Kinds. New designs in Furniture, Tables, Chairs, Hal Trees, Lenox Mattresses, and a complete line of good furniture at "Live and Let Live" prices. Picture moulding and frames made Oil. Courthouse. R. F. 5 IF In Presidential Year Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read "An Independent Newspaper" THE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1908. COSTS LESS THAN FREE A New Kentucky Governor's Wall Atlas. From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E. Willson. All of Kentucky's Clovernors. Tho only complete collection now In existence. Every true Kentucklan should have a copy In bis home or office. JCST OFF TUB PRESS Is the new Kentucky map. Engraved especially for the Evening Poit a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

fr . rv . 'Uiw l mmr.'wnsmmmmmm Keep it Handy You may not need Chamberlain's Cough's Remedy now, but at this season of the year you are liable to need it within twenty-four hours. It is, without doubt, the best on the market, for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. For sale by J. II. Orme. Miss Nell Walker STENOGRAPHER and Notary Public Office with Blue & Nunn. W. T. TRAVIS Physician and Surgeon. Suite No. 9 Beehive Block. MARION, KENTUCKY Dr. M. Ravdin, Practice Limited to Disease and Defects of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Suites 1(5 and 17, Arcade Ktiilding, Glasses fitted. KVANSVlhliK, - INDIANA Nunn & Tucker Undertakers and Furniture Dealers Salem St. MARION, KY. F. W. NUNN, DENTIST. Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins Hldg., Marion, - - Kentucky. All work guaranteed. If any work proves unsatisfactory, please call at my office at once. PAIN ,hln tn the anywWe, h IU mm. Thin ti ponjitUun, pain 1) blood proonire nothtna lw asuallr. At lro.it, to nri L)r, Shonp. and to prove It h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

'' """"' J K, f W""'"r ii.nn.i ' ' I' IK';; m&mmwmmmSsJ 1' I Bffv' S2S31K. f5Riv '73i$6s H d.,iJt::.JL::JI nEfth i ft If Ira-' . ft t k' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IT NOT PAID CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies malted 05 1 month mailed to any address is " " " s months -$ " ' " 1 year 1.50 THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1903. The Woolf Affair. Mr. S. M. Jenkins, Marion, Ky. Mr. Kditor: I read last week in the Record-Press, which has always been a welcome visitor in our home since we have lived in Houston Texas, a clipping from a Borden, Indiana, paper. recent resignation of H. C. Woolf as cashier of tho Borden State Bank. Several weeks since, I read the account of his arrest in the Louisville, Kentucky, papers. Knowing that H. C. Woolf, known amongst his friends as "Clevc," has many friends and acquaintances in your city, and in the surrounding country, and knowing further that they would appreciate correct information concerning the South Greenfield, Mo. trouble, I am persuaded that a letter for you...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

1 i i- 0- RVnrV 'iW8?! f '""'' V t '---"' f V'' TfT.." !Kl'BMHVf!HHfi'roHE55I53 PfpgwsKjr'' r", f,ti'' i 1 1 iim irw i r i mp i Jh"Kivt MmrruT iw.icrtwjmn"' ..' r - " - " " r, 7 - " ha-- --- I i JL. 1" .-".' . . :JT i WHUVt i' H- I MT-M Jill III P IIP l E V Tr L."- JV - -! i-".--V . I tt t ' f.ii jiTfTm i iwriMBfii wiTa.jfc'rswii' fT7 'rri wr t r t "t," - l - - --- .- - ,. - n , :3t7"7,rT -i w3? srn TT J ,1, pa yr'flV'yw'T S.1 ;j I Do You Want Some Real Bargains?! J If so, we are now extending to you the best opportunity ever offered in 4$ the county. S& S . - ttt: :S t vvcnave a largeiineor S QUALITY Clothing that wc 4k are determined to close out and if you want to get some of i the best values ever offered, whether in Men's or Boy's wMibaf ;uu anuuiu iiui Wdll IU see what some one else has bought, but COME and SEE WHAT YOU CAN BUY. 3S 4g) Tobacco Canvas flWWflW F. W.Nunu.dontiht, Pre Building J. I). Aahor, of Sturgis, was in the oitj, Monday. W. M. Km, or lUploj. Tenn., wne i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

LI -" '?'- r -; i, c ' LViaaaaaaw ? aaafr iBaaaaaaaaasli aT BGp aPaaaaaY' i Itjf WBM - 7 ALL niuiri"HL fa Btfllaayl BBBVt JaaaaLaY Mr BR tHaW f - V :. I- 1 I: tion,dizziness,orr f I'' ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssHssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssSnil v At 1 "'" ''MIPPiPHHHHBHMIHHHIIiiH hpini i mmmmummmm3 ,.ri. . M' if ilrTWWMWTTiiiii inn' i i m u irri'i nrn hihh ' ' u iii mTh i i in ij rarTTTpr 464440 - Rapid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution. The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platform the canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold. , Scott's Emulsion strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature. It will help you to avoid taking cold. DRUCCISTSs 50c. AND SI.OO. $m&?P&& KEPTOrV. Most all the farmers are done burning plant Lod. Itoads are ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

One (rial will corivince .you that1 Slo&iv's Liivinveivt will relieve soreness and stiffness quicker and easier than any other preparation sold for that purpose . It penetrates to the bone. Quickens the blood, drives away fatigue and gives strength ana eiasuciry ro rne muscies. Thousands use Sloan's Liniment for rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, conrracrea muscies. joinrs, curs, cruises. Durns. or colic and insect stings 1 PRICE 254,50. 61.00 DrEarlS Sloan.Boilon.Mass.U.SA m The Passing ol Hargls. lames UurM is dead, and tlio manner of his death wns the most horrible imaginable. Shot down by his drily son a sin who had been indulged by his arontH, a son who had always been given every luxury he desired, a son who was the polled idol of a fond fathor, a .son who thousands of times has been kissed and caressed by parents who planned for It 1 iti a great future. Hut now all is over so far as the father is concerned, He has been .shot to death by "bone of his bono and Mesh of hit fles...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

m .K-1 ''KT .c i?vPh'mu$4 .. .k A" "'"v-p, T7 vV iaMB ' vi v-' . S&fc mLJ.tm.in i r i - ' ' ' " ' &v " -"?. i iv?, rw wjsywwtf .. ..t. .,t,.,...,.t..t..t,.t.AA.t.l..i.AXAi f t TWWWWttTTtTTTTTTtTTT w W Tempting are our Prices on all Goods in our Line. r ".? ', i .& I if M ft i N v . V' ti l W m r W ' IVff ir V & This is a Star Leader. A Stove without a complaint Equaled by few. Excelled by none. First quality throughout, and guaranteed to be perfect. Ask to see it. TTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT t SALEM. Kcv. T. C. Carter filled his regular appointment at the church here Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. The last few days have been fair and farmers have been making active preparations for a crop. The party given by Miss Addic Boyd last Friday night was well attended and the guests were well entertained. Tho death of Mrs. Mary Ebcrle, wife of J. W. Eberlc, of this place, is much lamented by her friends. She leaves three children from six to twelve years of age. She wa...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 February 1908

- .MMa ...... . . .. .... . . ....'. .. maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVI Eh tf ' If rr -, Hij'fal jiu1",. -- f, mmm3Mimwit?ri'to fi i- L '' - ' --- ' ' i "i'lTVH' -.---; i lllMl..n..I..l..l"l'1"I"l"l"l"l"l"I'4''Hi''4,f 't .. . ..-- - : .. " :& Tempting are our fnces on an uooas in our 1.1110- I.A L :,'. v. r;..v . ? r t . V . 6rt ..' V fel ', Rf.i l IT-? Xl ifcfr. vT M This is a Star Leader. A Stove without a complaint Equaled by few, Excelled by none. First quality throughout, and guaranteed to be perfect. Ask to see it. SALEM. Bcv. T. C. Carter filled his regular appointment at the church here Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. The last few days have been fair and farmers have been making active preparations for a crop. The party given by Miss Addie Boyd last Friday night was well attended and the guests were well entertained. The death of Mrs. Mary Ebcrlc, wife of J. W. Eberle, of this place, is much lamented by her friends. She leaves three children from six to twelve yea...

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